If I had one tip I could pass on to my children.
One tip that could change their world.
One tip that would make them more productive citizens and help them to face the day and solve the problems of the world.
It would be this…..
….make your bed.
I know it’s simple. I know it might seem silly. I know it seems like the smallest of tasks.
But making a bed sets the routine for the day and ties up loose ends and straightens everything out just a bit….
….and helps you pause just a moment before you take on the world.
And now it’s your turn.
If you had to pass on one tip, what would it be?
Have you started decorating for fall yet?
If not, let me help.
Here’s a cute pumpkin idea with vintage doorknobs.
Here’s some bread to go with you.
Pumpkin sourdough bread.
All five of them.
And I love that chair pattern, too. 🙂
And I love this grain sack tote project.
Especially with my fabric.
And in random news this week:
Love this red lipstick story
Went to see this movie last night (a little cheesy, but a lot amazing)
This space is so pretty
Such an easy project
This post is full of encouragement
And just a little fall decorating to get your weekend started
And one more for the road.
This picture was sent to me by one of my favorite readers in the world.
She made these burlap flowers from the project I posted on the blog.
If you want to make your own, you can see the DIY burlap flower project here.
Happy random Saturday to you. 🙂